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Poster: Senmuth_Discography Date: Sep 14, 2013 3:06am
Forum: audio Subject: Re: JPG Image Thumb

Excuse my error, the size must be 150x150 or lower otherwise it will start to crop the image from there up.

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Poster: beep* Date: Sep 14, 2013 1:34pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: JPG Image Thumb

Hi Senmuth. As it turns out there were other anomalies as well as the thumbnails. Several of my items had been corrupted as 64kmp3s, which I haven't seen at the Archive in years. I had to completely remove, re-upload and re-derive these files.
I may be wrong but from what I noticed in the item histories it appears that many items got moved to a different server and that may have caused the problem with the files.
I just finished fixing and re-checking all my item pages. They appear to be back to normal now.

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Poster: Senmuth_Discography Date: Sep 15, 2013 4:58pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: JPG Image Thumb

Well that is way too bad and bigger than i thought then, because i have seen this problems in many other labels and records posted here and that means a huge annoyance for a lot of uploaders, this is terrible, i hope something is done soon to fix this problems in a more automatic manner.

*Legal disclaimer: My name is Gabriel Lara, uploader of the senmuth discography to the archive.org and not Senmuth the artist himself.

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Poster: beep* Date: Sep 15, 2013 7:33pm
Forum: audio Subject: Re: JPG Image Thumb

I understand your concern, Gabriel.
As for myself, I'm just happy to be here.
My hat is off to Archive founder Brewster for all of his efforts to keep this amazing place going, warts and all.
BTW, Senmuth is really fantastic! I'm going to explore his works at length.

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Poster: Senmuth_Discography Date: Sep 16, 2013 4:07am
Forum: audio Subject: Re: JPG Image Thumb

Oh yes, may the Gods forbid not to appreciate this wonderful site which holds your files to perpetuity!. many people would still be struggling with temporal ungainly file-sharing sites, me included; so there is of course a lot of love and respect for the founders and of course to Jeff Kaplan. Cheers.

*About Senmuth:If you are interested in knowing some of the music of Senmuth well let me tell you that he covers a very wide range of genres like: metal, ambient, ethnic, new-age, techno, industrial, death metal, world music, space rock, minimal,experimental,ect, AND covering a wide range of themes like ancient civilizations, space, philosophy and cultures all across a vast discography of +140 albums (still uploading, visit www.senmuth.com for more)

Here is a four-disc compilation album so you can check some of the tracks and see what is all about:
https://archive.org/details/snmth063-I
https://archive.org/details/snmth063-II
https://archive.org/details/snmth063-III
https://archive.org/details/snmth063-IV